Pitt's Nasir Robinson drives to the net against Connecticut's Charles Okwandu during the team's only meeting earlier this season at the Petersen Events Center. Pitt won 78-63. The two teams will meet again tomorrow at noon in the Big East Tournament quarterfinals.
By Ray Fittipaldo Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
NEW YORK -- Pitt's first opponent at the Big East tournament will be Connecticut, which defeated Georgetown, 79-62 in a second-round game this afternoon at Madison Square Garden.
Pitt and Connecticut will tip-off tomorrow at noon. The Panthers defeated the Huskies 78-63 in the team's only meeting this season, in late December at the Peterson Events Center.
The ninth-seeded Huskies will be playing their third game in three days while the Panthers will play their first game of the tournament. The Huskies beat DePaul in an opening-round game Tuesday afternoon.